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Old May 27, 2012, 06:25 PM   #38
JohnKSa
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Have you ever tried Krylon BBQ grill paint on any firearms? I've heard some people recommend applying it, letting it harden overnight and then baking it on as if it were a bake-on epoxy type finish. The result is supposed to be durable and more solvent resistant than most paints.

I've also heard good things about using the same basic approach with the Duplicolor high-temperature engine enamel paints.
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